When Will Skittish Senate Republicans Start Acting Like Conservatives?

Recent articles in the mainstream media continue to focus on Republican members of the U.S. Senate being frustrated with President Trump. Newsweek even suggested that GOP members are privately considering impeaching the president. Of course, the media and the Republican Establishment have everything backwards. Voters are not angry at Trump. Rather, they are furious with the fake conservatives who point fingers, refuse to accept responsibility for inaction, and fail to deliver on most of their legislative agenda — despite possessing control of both the House and Senate. The list of failures is long and growing. Senate Republicans have failed to pass Obamacare repeal. They have yet to pass a tax cut. They have not repealed or reformed Dodd-Frank. They have been slow filing federal appointments and vacancies. They have made little progress on balancing the budget. Eighteen Republican senators voted against Trump’s conservative budget, with Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.V.) declaring she would lead “a bipartisan group of my colleagues

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